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SXC Digital News, March 19th, 2012

Posted on: March 19, 2012

Every Monday at 6am PST Sexy Digital News brings you 5 of the most useful stories I have read (out of probably 50 to a 100 each week) designed to help you get the most from digital marketing. From best business practices and technologies, to Social Media and Search techniques designed to improve your chances of marketing success.

This weeks installment brings you a wide selection; from the Facebook changes that will impact your business, and how Google search should influence your marketing, to new features on Pinterest and how to track it via Google Analytics.

7 New Facebook Changes Impacting Businesses

socialmediaexaminer.com – Facebook pages are changing. And that means your business strategy will need to change.In fact, Facebook has made many new changes… 
 

3 Ways Google Social Search Should Change Your Marketing

socialmediaexaminer.com – Since the introduction of Google+, Google has been redefining how it can provide more relevant search results.Recently Google… 
 

Pinterest to Release New Profile Pages This Week

mashable.com – Pinterest is planning to release redesigned profiles this week, according to CEO and cofounder Ben Silbermann. “I’m so excited about it,” said Silbermann (pictured, left), who spoke at the South By Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday.

How to Track Traffic From Pinterest in Google Analytics

mashable.com – How many referrals does Pinterest generate? Are those visits valuable? Try these four ways to measure Pinterest using Google Analytics. 
 
 

Google Research: Yes, You Still Need To Keep Buying Search Ads

searchengineland.com – Though most marketers likely think of their SEO activities and their paid search advertising as complementary, you’ve probably wondered, at one time or another, what would happen if you paused your CPC ads entirely or just cut them back dramatically.

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